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Understanding Monetary Policy

Because economists as a rule believe in the imaginary incentive to serve, they work on the basis that Federal Reserve Open Market Committee members are selflessly doing all they can to do what is right for the economy.  Because the … Continue reading

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Can Traders Adapt?

The bison is near extinct as a species because a new predator moved into its living space. The bison herds had no way to adapt fast enough to avoid near extinction. Ordinary securities traders are, as a result of high … Continue reading

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The Stock Market Is Cooked

I just want to remind everyone that despite a few days of higher stock prices, the stock market is cooked as is the U.S. Economy. This cannot be prevented. The pillars of free enterprise have been removed and replaced by … Continue reading

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Stock Market Crash To Continue

Before the U.S. financial markets open tomorrow morning it is important to remember that all assets, especially stocks are on borrowed time with respect to value. Governments around the globe have spent the last two decades conducting monetary and fiscal … Continue reading

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Economic Depressions Follow A Pattern

Economic depressions follow a pattern. Typically the beginning is characterized by stubborn adherence to a number of erroneous beliefs that have made the economic downturn inevitable. Today there is still an almost universal belief that government can create jobs and … Continue reading

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